Benidorm now has a project for the youth hostel, interpretation centre and camping area of the Séquia Mare Park, a project included in the Sustainable and Integrated Urban Development Strategy (EDUSI).
This is one of the most important infrastructures of the EDUSI, fundamentally linked to young people and which is fully in tune with the concept of the park, which was born with a great sport and cultural component, linked to the Séquia Mare, which was key in the repopulation of Benidorm following 1666.
Benidorm is providing new investments to the park, which is already enjoyed daily by many people, generating in this case spaces for the leisure of young people, while expanding the cultural offer of the city with the creation of the interpretation centre of the Séquia Mare. As has been pointed out, the project proposed by the JAS Architecture team is admirable from a sustainable point of view and is perfectly integrated into the park itself.
The main building will be complemented by a camping, canopy and multi-adventure area. The designed youth hostel complies with the Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality Law and will be an alternative accomodation for stays in Benidorm.
The work will be carried out within the deadlines set by the EDUSI, not extending the execution of more than nine months once the work begins.
The interpretation centre, conceived as a didactic space, will be designed to explain the uses and customs of the Marina Baixa, and which will also pay tribute to the Séquia Mare as a great work of hydraulic engineering key to promoting the development of the towns of the region.
This building will be located on a plot of 2,626 square metres next to the skate park and the bowl.
As for the camping area, it will be located on a plot of 14,800 square metres that corresponds to the pine forest at the entrance to the park.